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Small Towns, Ghost Memories Of Oklahoma

Shelley Berry

Small Towns, Ghost Memories Of Oklahoma

A Photographic Narrative Of Hamlets And Villages Throughout Oklahoma"s Seventy-seven Counties

by Shelley Berry

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Donning Company Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • United States - General,
  • History,
  • History - U.S.,
  • Cities and towns,
  • History, Local,
  • Oklahoma,
  • Pictorial works,
  • History: American

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12245597M
    ISBN 101578642752
    ISBN 109781578642755
    OCLC/WorldCa55624385

      Visit These 5 Creepy Ghost Towns In Oklahoma At Your Own Risk. You might think Oklahoma is pretty creepy for having over 2, ghost towns but they are actually quite interesting. It is both fascinating and chilling to visit any of these ghost towns and figure out the story they have to tell.   An old school, gas station and church still stand in Blackburn. The town is looked after by the 25 families that call Blackburn home. Earlsboro, Oklahoma: Earslboro is known to many as the most haunted town in the state of Oklahoma. Formed in , the small town boomed from the sale of liquor. When prohibition hit, the town quickly sank.

    There are numerous and sparsley populated areas in Oklahoma -- many of which are ghost towns. Bibliography "Bromide," Vertical File, Research Division, Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City. Cathey Heddlesten, "Bromide," in Small Towns, Ghost Memories of Oklahoma: A Photographic Narrative of Hamlets and Villages Throughout Oklahoma's Seventy-seven Counties, comp. Shelley Berry et al. (Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Co., ).. John W. Morris, Ghost Towns of Oklahoma (Norman.

    Other sites are unpopulated but still have standing buildings. Some sites may even have a sizable, though small population, but there are far fewer citizens than in its grander historic past. To view a map of all ghost towns in Oklahoma sorted by classification, visit Oklahoma's Ghost Town Map: Barren site - B Sites no longer in existence. Ruby Cranor, Caney Valley Ghost Towns and Settlements (Bartlesville, Okla.: Blackman Printing, ). Mark Daugherty, "Wann," in Small Towns, Ghost Memories of Oklahoma: A Photographic Narrative of Hamlets and Villages throughout Oklahoma's Seventy-Seven Counties (Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Company Publishers, ).


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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(2). A writer of both fiction and nonfiction, he's the author of five Ghost Memories Of Oklahoma book and a contributing author of four others, and has written for numerous magazines including Persimmon Hill and Western Horsemen.

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Sperry;Annie B. Whitfield (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Reviews: 1. Overall this was a good book. It only touches on a small number of the nearly 2, estimated ghost towns through Oklahoma's history. There are pictures for most of the towns that gives you an idea of what they looked like in their hey day.

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Bibliography. Shelley Berry, Small Towns, Ghost Memories of Oklahoma: A Photographic Narrative of Hamlets and Villages Throughout Oklahoma's Seventy-seven Counties (Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Company Publishers, ).

"Ghost Towns," Vertical File, Research Division, Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City. Blake Gumprecht, "A Saloon On Every Corner: Whiskey Towns of Oklahoma.

Berry, Shelley, Small Towns, Ghost Memories of Oklahoma: A Photographic Narrative of Hamlets and Villages Throughout Oklahoma's Seventy-seven Counties (Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Company Publishers, ).

Blake Gumprecht, "A Saloon On Every Corner: Whiskey Towns of Oklahoma Territory, ," The Chronicles of Oklahoma 74 (Summer ). Find Small Towns, Ghost Memories of Oklahoma: A Photographic Narrative of Hamlets and Villages Throughout Oklahoma's Seventy-Seven Counties by Berry et al at over 30 bookstores.

Buy, rent or sell. Oklahoma is no stranger to abandoned towns. From the east to the west side of the state there are hundreds of ghost towns that most people have long forgotten about. One, in particular, located in western Oklahoma close to the border of Texas, is still littered with memories, homes, and a whole lotta Okie junk.

Take a look. Like many of Oklahoma’s ghost towns, Ingersoll began when Native American reservation land was opened to public settlement. The town gained momentum after the Choctaw Railroad opened a line in Within one month, Ingersoll’s population boomed to more than 1, people, and it was officially incorporated the next year.

In the past years as many as two thousand Oklahoma hamlets, villages, towns, and even cities have bloomed and then died. Some have faded away, with not even a fallen chimney to mark their location.

Others have left ghostly marks of their past--mounds of rubble grown over with grass or crumbling walls of buildings. A few still cling tenaciously to life, with a few inhibitants left to call 5/5(2).

Berry, Shelley, Small Towns, Ghost Memories of Oklahoma: A Photographic Narrative of Hamlets and Villages Throughout Oklahoma's Seventy-seven Counties (Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Company Publishers, ). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Ghost Towns of Oklahoma at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Ghost towns can include sites in various states of disrepair and abandonment. Some sites no longer have any trace of civilization and have reverted back to pasture land or empty fields.

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Some of these towns have thrived and continued on with prosperity and growth. However, many of these towns weren’t so lucky. Whether it was due to man-made disasters, natural causes or unforeseen circumstances, these 8 towns in Oklahoma have become deserted and make the list of grim ghost towns in the state (to see the list, click.